Ebola now has 70% mortality rate, but immune-boosting natural medicine is chastised and threatened

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: L.J. Devon
Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Throughout September, popular media reports have claimed that the Ebola death rate took out 50 percent of those infected with the virus. New figures released on September 20 by the World Health Organization show that the death rate is actually higher than what’s been reported on. WHO says that 70 percent of infected persons in West Africa have died thus far, and current projections indicate that 21,000 more will be infected by November. This means that Ebola could realistically take the lives of 14,000 or more people over the next six weeks.

So far, the largest outbreak of Ebola has caused over 2,900 deaths, concentrated mainly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. In other places, outbreaks are experiencing a reproductive number of less than one and are slowing. WHO says outbreaks in Senegal and Nigeria are now “pretty much contained.”

The official WHO death total as of September 20, 2014, include 1,677 in Liberia, 635 in Guinea, 597 in Sierra Leone and eight in Nigeria. The countries hit hardest are now breeding grounds for the disease, with one to two additional infections per Ebola case. With a 70 percent death rate, nearly three of every four infected may be buried in makeshift graves.

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